Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 14:30
Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 01:00
Fri: 11:30 - 14:30
Fri: 17:00 - 04:00
Sat: 17:00 - 04:00
OverEasy Bar and Diner is a refreshing and vibrant modern bar concept that blurs the line between drinking and dining while paying tasteful homage to the much-loved American diner.
I was recommended to this restaurant by a friend of mine, as she was a foodie, i had to give this place a try. After reading quite a few bad reviews, I was skeptical. Nevertheless I took the plunge and brought my date there. The staff at the reception greeted me and showed me to my table. There was music playing and we chose indoor dining because of the unpredictable weather recently. The al fresco dining area looked great though, the view was perfect! indoors, it was a small rectangular table for two. I have no complains about that since it was just adequate space for two mains and a side. We were introduced to the menu promptly, and what interested me was that the Beef Sliders, basically mini beef burgers, will be $1 each if STI closes lower for the day, with the usual price being $16 for 5 burgers. Coincidentally, STI closed lower today and we orderled 5 for just $5. We also order two of the recommended burgers the menu. One of them was truffle and the other one was the original beef burger. The burgers tasted alright. Favorite dish on the table just now was still the beef sliders. They had promotions for UOB cards too, if I'm not mistaken it was extended happy hour till 8.30pm. We order 2 glasses of wine which was 1 for 1 during happy hour. Overall a good experience. Would definitely come again.
What a waste of money. Never again. Avoid this place at all cost.
We should have known better. When we arrived at the restaurant, the place was filled with young staff who seemed not to care. They seemed to enjoy working with each other but they did not seem to be interested in the actual work.
This is one of the numerous examples that we can give. Our food was served without a fork. When we ask for a fork, the waiter who served the food went off looking for other staff to get it. He spent a few minutes doing this. When he finally found someone, he spent another few minutes waiting for that staff to finish speaking to a customer and then he asked her to get the fork. After watching all this useless drama, we gave up waiting and went to another table to grab a fork. Problem solved in 2 seconds. It took the other guy about 7 minutes with no outcome.
The staff walked around looking cool and important, but they literally do not deliver.
What a terrible experience. The food is not great. Combined with the appalling service, this place should be avoided.
I had a horrible experience.
Firstly, we booked for 18 chairs and they only provided us with 13. We asked about 3 times for the chairs but had to pull chairs over by ourselves.
Secondly, they made us pay for the bill before we got our meal. When we asked why, the waiter simply said 'I already did it. If you want to pay later, I will have to void this transaction. Itll be the same thing.'
Thirdly, we had to ask for water 4 times before we actually got it.
the staff are really grumpy. Apart from our lack of service, we heard another waiter referring to his customer as 'that f*****'.
If you really want to eat at this area, there are plenty of other restaurants to try. Don't waste your time and money here!
I stopped with friends wanting to have a glass of cheap but minimally decent wine while enjoying the view. For $21 all-in, you get a 3 year old New Zealand Pinot. However, the moment I brought it to my nose I recognised that familiar bottle-left-overnight-in-singapore smell. The stinging taste merely confirmed it. Put frankly, the wine was spoilt. Tip: If you want the wine, ask a) what time the bottle was open and b) what temperature was it stored at. Pinot should be stored at 12 degrees and below, so that condensation appears when exposed to humid and warm singapore air. If stored at this temp it will make a decent glass wine over a day max. If stored at singapore's room temperature, 2 hours max and it will spoil. for restaurant temperature, 3 hours and it will spoil. the glass we had was definitely stored at the wrong temperature because there was no condensation upon serving, and we were outside. probably also for too long at that temp.
Honestly, if a bar wants to serve wine, please make sure at least to fridge it!